The cult of the free must die.
Musings on the Mozilla layoffs, everything being free on the web and the problems that brings, an a modest proposal to build in a donations drive in to Firefox.
For those twelve foreigners who'd like to know more about Dutch politics: today I started a new series of party profiles, in which I will treat all 14 parties that will seriously contest the March 2021 elections.
You are not entitled to free content.
(Repost from 4 years ago because it's on my mind right now.)
Includes a historical note that I think is important.
Conference organising in times of chaos
New browser on the block: Flow
An interview with Piers Wombwell, lead developer of Flow, a brand-new browser with a brand-new rendering engine.
Linkbait 43. CSS-heavy, but also a few Facebook notes.
Today I offer you a detective story.
In search of the Miui Browser
Tonight's research found an intriguing bit of Welf family history that is a possible explanation of a troubling detail in the 9th century Elder Hildebrandslied,
and then led to a delightful book by none other than Gibbon where he accuses none other than Leibnitz of inventing that bit of family history.
If I'm late for work tomorrow, you now know why.
More like a link-late, but here it finally is.
Browsers all the way down.
Why is there a browser on this orange?
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!